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Thanks as well. I'm going to buy a round rubber lens hood to hopefully work well and not scratch the glass. Also I have to remember to bring some glass wipes with me, in case the glass is all covered with fingerprints!
I have an opportunity to visit the aquarium in Boston this week, and I'm confused with online tips as to which lens to use. I'm shooting with a D7100 and have a 35mm f/1.8 portrait lens, 105mm micro, 85mm macro, kit lens, and various zooms. Any suggestions or tips? Nikon's site has an article suggesting a 40mm micro, which of course I don't have.
Yes, and sorry about the delay. Bottom line is that the D7100 is nice and sharp.
I took comparison pictures of a stationary object using both cameras, both with tripod and delayed shutter release, etc. The D7100 is as sharp or sharper than the D5100. So likely, it was user error for me earlier (and I was taking pictures of birds, which move).
I took the D7100 with me to Whistler, BC this week and got some nice bird pics which I will hopefully upload soon.
The cable is reliable, cheap and does not require batteries. I like to have a piece of velcro glued to the remote and a piece on one leg of the tripod so i can "park" it and find it easily.
I don't know if the D7100 Tony has can use an IR remote, my D300 and D700 can't.